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ACCESSIBILITY; SAFETY & SECURITY; LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


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Ideal Standard adds to Concept Freedom range with new accessible bath for all ages


‘accessible bathroom range’, Concept Freedom, with the addition of a new, multi-functional, accessible bath that is suitable for the whole family. Concept Freedom’s new inclusive bath tub


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has been designed to make bathing anxiety free for users with mobility issues, while still delivering a beautifully designed aesthetic and a tranquil space in which to bathe. It also aims to offer an alternative to the


somewhat stigmatised requirement to replace a bath with a shower in the hope, just because a user has mobility issues. The intelligent and versatile design of


the bath combines luxury with multi functionality, meaning its features are relevant for the different needs of the different types of users in the bathroom – with many of its features, such the lower ledge, also making bath time simpler for those


bathing children and pets, for example. Other key features of the bath include a


reinforced ledge for stability, a lowered height controlled entry and exit, an inside step ledge to aid movability, a gel headrest to support the neck and support rails for manoeuvrability. Ideal Standard teamed up with experts in


design and care for older people. Led by Ideal Standard designer Robin Levien, the team comprised Design Council member, Colum Lowe, from specialist healthcare organisation,


Supplying UK councils and contractors


Contenur manufacturer plastic and metal wheeled bin containers and Underground Refuse Systems (incl. cleaning and maintenance services) and has supplied councils and private waste contractors in the UK for 17 years. Contenur holds stock of all common bin sizes in its UK warehouse and can customise with all the usual


accessories for bespoke customer requirements. Please call for more information or visit the company’s website for more details


enquiries@contenur.com Cavity Barriers protect against fire spread


According to Document B of the UK Building Regulations fire barriers must be installed in cavity areas that are vulnerable to the spread of fire. Using the correct passive fire cavity protection system within a building is crucial, in the event of a fire, intumescent fire barriers activate


and seal holes, penetrations and cavities, preventing the spread of fire and smoke, thereby fulfilling UK regulations. The Envirograf®


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Barrier range fully satisfies the requirements stated in Document B of the Building Regulations.


01304 842555 sales@envirograf.com


deal Standard, the leading provider of innovative and design-driven bathroom solutions, has extended its successful


Red and Yellow Care, and well-respected occupational therapist, Anava Baruch, from Design for Independence. Developed with accessibility in mind, the


Concept Freedom range aims to include those of limited mobility through a collection of ceramics, brassware and showers that are well-designed, elegant and functional to meet a range of access needs. Bathrooms can be adapted to users’


changing needs, whilst still looking modern and stylish – ensuring that the space deals with the demands of modern households and the diversity of occupants, including less abled and older generations. Concept Freedom’s collection includes


raised height WCs for easier, more comfortable access, accessible basins with wide side rims, wet-room panels with extended brackets and easy to use shower valves and kits.


01482 346 461 www.ideal-standard.co.uk


ADF MAY 2017


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